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Saturday 4th July 2015:“Ahoy, Sing for the Mary Rose” is a new work being performed on the opening day of Eastbourne Festival. at 7.30pm at All Saints Church, Grange Road, Eastbourne, the composer Alexander l’Estrange will be performing with his jazz quintet.
They will be accompanying Eastbourne Choral Society as they come together with 3 local school choirs, St John’s Meads, Causeway and Wallands for a modern concert charting the story of The Mary Rose.
With recognisable sea shanties and traditional song such as Greensleeves, this promises to be a fun and light hearted concert.
Tickets are £10, available from Eastbourne Tourist Information Centre and via the ECS website www.eastbournechoralsociety.org.uk

Saturday, 4th July: An American Day an organ duet recital by Paul Collins and Brian Steer nwill be held at St John’s Church, St John’s Road at 10.30am. Coffee will be served from 10.00am. The concert is free.

Don’t forget: that the Meads Lunch Club has started again. Lunches are served on the first Monday of each month from 12.00 – 2.00pm at £3.00 per head at St John’s Parish Hall, Meads Street.

On Saturday 18th July: Elstree Court Nursing Home, 64 Meads Road are holding their annual fete and have invited the Hospice to attend. The event is from 11.00am-2.00pm and we will be having a small stand with Hospice logo goods and general information.

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